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Piratkopiering truer mangfoldigheden – Politiken.dk.

Hvorfor kan man roligt downloade tusindvis af sange uden at betale? Vi må have ophavsret på skoleskemaet!

22.02.2011

p3.no » Sa du plagiat?

Sunday, 13th February, 2011

p3.no » Sa du plagiat?.

Popsalongen har i det siste snakket om låter som lignet mistenkelig mye på hverandre. En lytter mente at Pacific Blue sin theme song lignet veldig mye på Urørt-finalist Oslo Ess sin låt “Gi Meg No Dritt.”

Niklas påpekte at “det er ikke nødvendigvis slik at det er likt bare fordi begge deler har gitar og trommer”, og de avviste plagiatet blankt.

Vi har rotet litt rundt og funnet en knipe låter som ligner mistenkelig mye på hverandre.

14.02.2011

Homeland Security Seizes Spanish Domain Name That Had Already Been Declared Legal | Techdirt.

It appears that Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) division, and their incredibly sloppy domain seizure operations, have moved on to the next phase — as was promised by both ICE boss, John Morton, and IP Enforcement Coordinator, Victoria Espinel. The timing on this one is particularly bizarre — and politically stupid.

1.2.2011

Google: Bing Is Cheating, Copying Our Search Results.

Google has run a sting operation that it says proves Bing has been watching what people search for on Google, the sites they select from Google’s results, then uses that information to improve Bing’s own search listings. Bing doesn’t deny this.

1.2.2011

As Egypt Erupts, Al Jazeera Offers Its News for Free to Other Networks | Epicenter | Wired.com.

In order to make the news available worldwide, Al Jazeera has decided to make its content available for “other news sources to use through their Creative Commons website,” the company said. That means news outlets are free to use the organization’s reports and live footage, without getting permission, so long as the borrowers give credit.

30.01.2011

– Vil tape 250 milliarder euro på fildeling – digi.no : Digi.

Platebransjen med oppsiktsvekkende tall.

Diskusjonen går høyt om hvor mye musikkbransjen virkelig taper på den ulovlige fildelingen. Mange faktorer skal med i regnestykket. Ikke minst det faktum at inntektsstrømmen i følge mange eksperter på bransjen er i ferd med å forskyve seg fra de tradisjonelle plateselskapene til andre aktører og mellommenn. Og til til de som lager og utøver musikken, både i form av vederlag fra Spotify, Wimp og andre streaming-aktører og som honorar for konserter.

24.01.2011

Nekter for plagiatbeskyldninger

Saturday, 22nd January, 2011

Nekter for plagiatbeskyldninger.

Marika Lejon nekter for at låten hun skal fremføre i kveldens delfinale i MGP fra Florø er et plagiat av fjorårets greske Eurovison-hit «Opa».

Aftenposten 22.01.2011

Jim D’Addario Defends His Support Of COICA & Domain Seizures | Techdirt.

I recently posted the list of companies that signed a letter addressed to Attorney General Eric Holder and DHS’ ICE boss John Morton, supporting the seizure of domain names that the government believes are involved with copyright or trademark infringement. This included support for both the ongoing “Operation in Our Sites” program by ICE and for the proposed COICA bill which would extend the power of the government to seize domains prior to any adversarial hearings or trials. That list has kicked off some interesting discussions, but Jim D’Addario, the CEO of D’Addario and Company, famous makers of guitar strings, stopped by in the comments to defend his decision to sign onto the list. A few folks asked me to respond, and I figured it would be best to do so in a new post. First, I’ll repost what D’Addario said, and then respond:

20.01.2011

UiO nekter piratstudenter internett | Lov og rett, Offentlig sektor, Piratkopiering.

– Vi må følge norsk lov, hevder it-direktør Lars Oftedal ved USIT.

20.01.2011

Police Arrest 18 Alleged Movie, Music and Software Uploaders | TorrentFreak.

This week, Japanese police have been carrying out raids all over the country against individuals alleged to have uploaded copyright works to the Internet. In total, 18 people were arrested for sharing movies, anime, music, games and software.

15.01.2011



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